Vastly Improve Your Jobsite’s Efficiency With a Festool Multifunction Table

Festool Multifunction Table

The Festool MFT/3 Multifunction Table is the perfect work bench for all your woodworking projects. Source: A Concord Carpenter

When it comes to investing in a stable workbench, you won’t want to skimp on quality. A good workbench will help provide precision, efficiency and quality. According to a recent review by Robert Robilard, the Festool MFT/3 Multifunction Table meets all of these requirements.

The Festool MFT/3 has a lot going for it. It’s incredibly versatile and flexible due to its low weight and compact size, which allows users to carry it to different job sites with relative ease. You can also use the workbench at full height with the legs folded out or set it on the floor by folding the legs in. It’s also incredibly accurate – exactly what you want out of a workbench. You’ll have no problem making splinter free cuts that are accurate and repeatable with the use of the guide rail.

The Festool MFT/3 Multifunction Table is complemented by other Festool tools, such as their track saw or router. In fact, their miter saw fits right into the table since its feet are on the same metric grid as the table’s holes.

Consider the Festool MFT/3 Multifunction Table and be sure to contact us at 816-753-6262

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